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Thoughstream survey looks for input in four areas to help guide school decisions Kirsten Hildebrand West Kootenay Advertiser

Rotary Club hosts annual Wine Festival Julie Lama (on right) and Deb Johnson were just a couple of the many people who came out last Saturday night to enjoy the Castlegar 2000 Sunrise Rotary Club’s annual wine festival, held at the Castlegar and District Community Complex. With more than 30 wineries and a large silent aution, the event was another success. For the Castlegar club it was its 15th annual wine festival. Derek Kaye photo

Adequate staffing in the school system and smaller class sizes to better meet students’ needs were top rated priorities of people participating in an online budget poll put out by Kootenay Lake School District. In February, the school district launched a Thoughtstream survey seeking input to help guide decisions about the 2014 to 2015 budget. Participants were asked four questions: What are the priorities when considering a K-12 Public Education System? What are the most important student needs to be considered as the district aligns their financial resources? What are recommended cost saving measures Kootenay Lake school district can take? And how can the district generate additional revenues? The survey wrapped up at the beginning of March and in all, 293 people participated including 62 district staff members and 96 parents. “We are deeply appreciative of the input we received through the Thoughstream Process,” said superintendent Jeff Jones. “Not only will people’s thinking support decisions around the budget, but they have provided a number of thoughtful considerations for us as we move into the future in our district. We’ll draw on this data for quite a while I think.” Of those completing the survey, adequate staffing, small class sizes, adequate funding and well-equipped classrooms/schools were named as top priorities when consid-

ering the education system as a whole. The survey had two parts. Once priorities were established, participants were also given a chance to assign “stars” to the original list for an average rating. An average rating can indicate a small number of people that are passionate about a particular subject. In regards to question one, student learning measured a high average rating, as did early learning. Most important student needs were identified as smaller classes, qualified teachers, facilities that meet student needs and updated technology/technology support. Focus on literacy and numbers was subsequently given many stars as was increased specialist positions. Cost saving measures recommended included leasing of facilities in the evenings and weekends, advocating for more funds, making no further cuts to the classroom and reducing administration. Most popular responses included no more cuts to the classroom and advocating for more funds. Revenue generation was suggested through advocating for more funding, leasing or selling unused facilities or equipment and reducing to a four-day school week. A response garnering popularity was the suggestion that school districts should not be generating revenue. The district has been bringing the public into the boardroom using survey software such as SurveyMonkey and Thoughtstream. This was the first time the budget question had been thrown out to the public. Participation was anonymous.

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Gold exploration looks promising in the Golden City Timothy Schafer West Kootenay Advertiser

There is gold in them thar hills of Rossland, even over 100 years after the gold rush ended. Dan Wehrle, a professional geoscientist living in Rossland, has begun recent reclamation and gold exploration activities near the Golden City on one of its former major gold-producing claims, and the activity looks promising. The owner of several claims in town, Wehrle has been doing work on the over 100-year-old claims with the intent of making them productive again. He spoke to city council recently to give the public some knowledge of what he was doing at the eastern foot of Columbia Kootenay Mountain, rather than just relying on gossip and hearsay. With no corporate backing or sponsorship, Wehrle has undertaken gold exploration in the Rossland region, all by hand. He has concentrated his activities in

the old Mining School area, on the Rossland Mascot claim, next to the Columbia Kootenay mine. “I want to find out if Rossland has another few million ounces left in her, through the intersection-and-abayment theory, there is very good potential in there,” he said. In the 1890s several mine tunnels were blocked with ore after they were deemed unproductive - yielding around seven grams of gold per tonne. The technology wasn’t there to process the ore, said Wehrle, as those early miners needed high grade ore, around one ounce per tonne (about four times as rich). But with today’s technology, seven grams per tonne is considered ultra high grade ore, said Wehrle. “So there is opportunity in the little bits that are there,” he said. Not only is the project a search for more gold, it’s a labour of love as well, said Wehrle. “We’ve been trying to bring the area

back to its original state, or at least as close as we can,” he said. Since 2010, Wehrle has been working in the area, researching, walking the old claims, sampling but in 2012 he started work in earnest. In his first two years on the claims he discovered some historical artifacts out there, including an iron dam on one of the creeks. “That’s part of the job too, to document some of the cultural resources out there,” he said. There’s an assortment of debris piles, metal, mining cars and old nails littering the site as well. Wehrle is cleaning up a lot of areas as he prospects. “What I am doing is part of what the ministry is encouraging, now that is. When you are permitted to do exploration work, you should be actively at the same time cleaning up after yourself,” he said. There is not supposed to be anything to cleanup at the end of a claim.

He has also taken it upon himself to clean up other areas that are not part of his claim, including a government burn site. “This stuff needs to be cleaned up. People walk out there, walk their dogs,” so it’s safer to clean it up, Wehrle said. “I’ve really tried to make this a beautiful place. I love working out there… and I aim to keep it beautiful.” The Mascot claim is an amalgamated, converted, reverted, Crown granted claim that was reverted again to a mineral claim. Wehrle has plans for three more years of reclamation and underground rehabilitation, testing and sampling. In the future there could be a largescale operation on the site again, like the LeRoi once was, Wehrle said. “Let’s face it, Rossland was a three million ounce producer. It used to be the second largest gold producer west of the Ontario/Manitoba border,” he said. “Rossland was really on the map as far as gold was concerned.”


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Trail

Trail and District Chamber of Commerce ready for third season of Market on the Esplanade art harrison West Kootenay Advertiser

With temperatures rising and skies beginning to clear, the Trail and District Chamber of Commerce is beginning to turn its attention towards summer activities in the valley. The first Friday in June will see the return of the Chamber sponsored Trail market on the Esplanade which saw considerable activity over the warmer months last year. “It starts Friday, June 6, and will run every second Friday after that until the end of October,” said Norm Casler, Chamber executive director. “We’ve got some plans, some new vendors and we’ve got a goal of bringing in more live entertainment. We’ll judge as we go.” Casler said that there wasn’t really much that they were considering changing dramatically because of the success of the market last year.

The Market on Esplanade will be running again this year in Trail. The market starts on Friday, June 6. File photo

“We averaged over 50 vendors per market last year and had 125 different vendors in total over the summer,” Casler said. “It’s a great place to meet with peo-

ple, buy lunch and walk around. We had good vendors last year that seemed to have products that people wanted, it’s really been successful.”

Last year’s markets drew over 5,000 visitors to peruse the variety of fresh produce, clothing, jewelry, crafts, pottery, food and beverages available along the Esplanade with a number of vendors and visitors saying that it was one of the best markets in the area. Casler said he wants to continue to urge the downtown business community to embrace the summer market and get involved to whatever extent possible. “Have sidewalk sales, open a booth if they can. I realize that many don’t have a lot of staff and can’t close up shop to move to the market but there’s room for opportunity for everyone,” he said. “A promotion is a promotion. Commerce is about money moving around and many of the vendors are primarily from around here. If they make money they’re going to spend money. This has become a highlight for visitors, a showcase for the community. It’s good for everybody.”

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Thursday, April 10, 2014 West Kootenay Advertiser

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Change of season brings out the smiles, but also the pests

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West Kootenay Advertiser

The sun has awakened West Kootenay residents from winter’s hold and nicer weather may be encouraging them to step outside. But with the sea-

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disease. “Ticks are most often found in tall grass and wooded areas so covering up before you head outdoors and checking for ticks on yourself, your children and your pets after being outdoors are simple things that go a long way to prevent tick bites,” Jennifer Jeyes, communicable disease specialist with IH, was noted in a new release. The most common tick species in the region is the wood tick, which doesn’t carry Lyme disease bacteria but does carry other rare diseases such as Rocky Mountain spotted fever. Some ticks also have toxins that can cause temporary muscle weak-

ness and paralysis if attached for several days but the symptoms fade once the tick is removed. The tick species that carries Lyme disease (Ixodes pacificus) is more common in the coastal areas of the province. In addition to fever, headache, and muscle pain, people infected with Lyme disease will often develop a rash. But it’s not only people that have to watch out. Before bear season gets into full swing, West Kootenay conservation officer Tobe Sprado said his team is dealing with other duties that currently include tick-infested wild animals. “They’re gaunt

and they appear to be starving and very weak,” he said. “In those circumstances those particular animals aren’t doing so well so they usually ask us to possibly euthanize them and nine times out of 10 that’s what we end up doing.” Pet owners are encouraged to take advantage of their close proximity with their animals and be sure to keep a watchful eye. While tick season generally runs from now until June, early spring tends to be the busiest time for groomers, according to Christine Unger, who’s owned Pet Needs Plus in Trail for 20 years.

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Linking Names and Places

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Site of mysterious explosion has mysterious name greg nesteroff West Kootenay Advertiser

Fifty-fourth in a semi-alphabetical series on West Kootenay/ Boundary place names Farron, the summit station on the old Columbia and Western Railway between Castlegar and Christina Lake, would be forgotten if not for what happened there one tragic night in 1924. It was the stop closest to the mysterious train explosion that killed Doukhobor leader Peter (Lordly) Verigin, Grand Fork s - Gre e nwo o d MLA John McKie and seven others. In 1963, at the urging of Verigin’s granddaughter Anna Markova, a stone monument in the shape of a wheat sheaf was taken from his tomb at Brilliant and placed there as a permanent marker. Markova rode out on a speeder with three men: Peter Voykin of Pass Creek, the concrete finisher; Peter Plotnikoff, who ran a Grand Forks building supply store and provided the

shovels and equipment; and Fred Davidoff, who worked for the CPR and drove the speeder. Until then, the spot had apparently been marked with a stone. “Fred knew that spot from working on the railway,” Voykin recalled. “He always cleaned up that area to make it look presentable.” A bronze plaque was added later, listing the names of the victims, but it was stolen about ten years ago. In 2011, a new interpretive sign was erected to commemorate the tragic event. The memorial is 4.4 km from the valley floor on Paulson Detour Road, heading towards Castlegar, and is a lot easier to reach now that the old railbed has been converted to a multi-use trail. Annual pilgrimages are made there, on or near the anniversary of the explosion. The Columbia and Western was built in 1898 but the earliest mention of Farron isn’t until the Nelson Tribune of March 19, 1900: “A heavy slide occurred on Saturday night a short distance

above, there’s Shad’s mother Margaret and a Sarah Farron, 60, in Revelstoke. The BC vital events

index also turns up Francis Farron, who died in New Westminster in 1902. But none of these people

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The Farron monument, commemorating the nine people killed in a train explosion on the Columbia and Western Railway in 1924, is seen here in 2002, before the bronze plaque was stolen. Greg Nesteroff photo

east of Farron...” On September 26, the Tribune added: “W.P. Tierney & Co. sent a gang of 40 men… to Farron… yesterday, to construct the sidetracks at that point, which has been established as a regular station.” How did it get its name? The only source that ventures a guess is Roger Burrows’ Railway Mileposts, Vol. II which states Farron was “named for a Columbia & Western Railway construction en-

gineer.” But who was he? There is no good answer. On the 1898 BC voters list we find James Lawrence Farron, a ship broker in the Vancouver firm of Powers & Farron and law student Thomas George Farron, who may have been his son. The latter, better known as Shad, became a writer for the Vancouver Province. The 1901 census finds 34 Farrons in Canada, but only four in BC. In addition to the two mentioned

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Horoscope Michael O’Connor

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Week April 11, 2014

Mars, Jupiter, Uranus and Pluto will be positioned almost exactly 90 degrees apart from our perspective here on Earth this week. Each is in a Cardinal Sign, Libra, Cancer, Aries and Capricorn, respectively. This ‘Aspect Pattern’ is called a Grand Square. There are 3 ‘modes’ in Astrology, Cardinal, Fixed and Mutable. Cardinal is the most yang, dynamic, assertive and initiative oriented. When found in a person’s Natal Chart, a Grand Square can manifest as a block of energy, something of a stalemate situation. Yet, at best it represents a powerful reserve of energy and potency. By bringing awareness of such a pattern to a person who has it, they can then use their free will in a more conscious and deliberate way to make the most of it. The same may be said of tuning-in to this ‘cosmic weather pattern’. April 14th is the peak date and April 20, Easter Sunday is another. But this overall period implies a rise in dynamic, assertive and even dramatic and violent expressions. However, it should not blankly be interpreted as negative per se’ Yet, it does suggest that we will see and experience a steady increase in the overall pace and tempo this week and next especially. The fact that Mars is retrograde, and in diplomatic Libra, will serve to dampen what might otherwise be expressed as an unchecked and potentially aggressive drive, to be seen and heard and to make an impact. As well, Venus in Pisces conjunct Neptune will contribute to this softening tone. When together especially in Pisces, Venus the lover and Neptune the mystic can produce a divine, sublime effect. Since both are within the vicinity of Chiron also in Pisces, circumstances will likely manifest as various modes of healing wherever needed. A Lunar Eclipse on April 15 at 0:42 a.m. PDT brings in an added measure of intrigue to this already loaded planetary pattern. Because the Moon symbolizes the past, when it is eclipsed it synchronizes with a sense that trends and flows indicative of ‘the future’ come forward much more quickly. Exciting times! Stay tuned.

ARIES (MAR 21 – APR 20)

LIBRA (SEP 22 – OCT 22)

TAURUS (APR 20 – MAY 21)

SCORPIO (OCT 22 – NOV 21)

GEMINI (MAY 21 – JUN 21)

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Contending with the adventure, mystery, challenge and paradoxes of relationships continues. This is leading you into new territory. You may feel somewhat reluctant. This is a call for the healing power of love. The key is to listen more than be heard and try to understand more than be understood. All people experience life through their own filters; discover your partner’s. A busy time behind the scenes continues. You may wish you could take a break. Yet, now more than ever is the time to makes your dreams and plans your reality. Yet, there may be some more dreaming or at least planning to do first. Prioritizing among a spectrum of projects and ambitions may be necessary for success. What makes you unique, distinct, special…? Asking and answering these and other such questions is likely and important now. A new cycle began last month, which will last about 18 months, during which time the urge to shine more brightly than you have for some time is destined. If you are unclear consider those questions. A dynamic if challenging cycle continues. Many areas of your life are feeling the effects, especially at home and at work. Where you might have felt hesitant recently, you now feel more confident, to take a few risks or at least breathe easier. In some respects, you are in a slow learning curve. Returns for past efforts are rolling in. A time of completion, preparation and initiative has begun. Expect all three to circulate for a while. You may have to take matters more into your own hands these days. This requires breaking through barriers and delays and perhaps dealing with difficult people and situations. Faithful perseverance is crucial. The time is right to expand your scope. Your ambitions are rising. These are leading you to dip deeper than you have for some time. You want to work smarter not harder. A learning curve is implied and includes research. Meanwhile, healing relationship issues and wounds is featured. Cultivate empathy and compassion yet avoid getting lost in or manipulated by sentimentality. Trust in the healing power of love.

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Firewood, lawn care, irrigation repair, welding & fabricating, mobile sawmill, weed control, roto tilling,mini excavator, junk removal. Need help call Chris 250-442-6106 Evenings after 7pm.

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Feed & Hay HAY FOR SALE small square $160/ton 250-428-4316

WANTED: RIFLES, shotguns, restricted weapons, reloading equipment, decoys or any other shooting related items. Fully licensed. Glen 250-428-6750

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BC INSPECTED GRADED AA OR BETTER LOCALLY GROWN NATURAL BEEF Hormone Free Grass Fed/Grain Finished $100 Packages Available Quarters/Halves $2.95/lb Hanging Weight Extra Lean Hamburger Available TARZWELL FARMS 250-428-4316 Creston

Garage Sales 2 Family Garage & Liquidation Sale, #20 Johnstone Rd, Sat Apr 12th 8- 3, Sun Apr 13th 8-3, call 250-688-1508 for more info or directions Grand Forks 7535-10th St. April 12th, 8am-1pm. Toys, books, puzzles, tools, household, office chairs & more. Grand Forks: Large collection of antiques &, collectibles. Enough to stock a store. 250442-6702.

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2 single adjustable beds w/massage $400 each like new 250 227-9529 4 - 16” GM Aluminum truck rims, 6 bolt, w/all season tires, $200 for all 4. 250-444-7115 42” LG LED “Smart” TV, new, still in box. 250-3643056 Affordable Steel Shipping Containers for sale/rent 20’ & 40’ Kootenay Containers Castlegar 250-365-3014 Brand New 3 person Maax quality HotTub w/cover. Was $6,500, priced for quick sale at $4,900. 250-442-0288 HOT TUB (SPA) COVERS. Best price. Best quality. All shapes & colours available. 1-866-652-6837 www.thecoverguy.com/ newspaper? Large green sofa, in good shape, $85. 250-442-4204 Onan Industrial generator 6500 watt, 132 hours, 1 sheet 4x8 Formica, white, 1 roof shroud for roof a/c for RV Call 250-365-5538 Quartz infrared heater, new, w/remote, $150. 2000lb, 12V, winches, 2 at $100 each.250442-4291. SAWMILLS FROM only $4,897 - Make money & save money with your own bandmill - Cut lumber any dimension. In stock ready to ship. Free Info & DVD: www.NorwoodSaw mills.com/400OT 1-800-5666899 Ext:400OT. STEEL BUILDINGS. Hot savings - Spring sale! 20x24 $4,348. 25x24 $4,539. 30x30 $6,197. 32x36 $7,746. 40x46 $12,116. 47x72 $17,779. One End wall included. Pioneer Steel 1-800-668-5422. Or online: www.pioneersteel.ca STEEL BUILDINGS/metal buildings 60% off! 20x28, 30x40, 40x62, 45x90, 50x120, 60x150, 80x100 sell for balance owed! Call 1-800-4572206 or visit us online: www.crownsteelbuildings.ca.

Misc. Wanted We buy gold! Rings, chains, bracelets, etc. Cash paid by value (weight and karat). Even broken jewelry and scrap gold. Picture ID required. Grand Forks Pawnshop, 225 Central. 250-442-5552.

Full-time Reporter The Nelson Star, a Black Press twice weekly publication in beautiful Nelson BC, is seeking an exceptional, fulltime multimedia journalist/ photographer to join our editorial team. We are seeking a candidate who will find and capture compelling stories and features and who will thrive in a deadline-driven environment to produce stories for our newspaper and online products. The successful candidate will be able to write 10 to 15 stories per week, take photos and assist with online and social media responsibilities. Qualifications • Superior writing skills, news judgment; • Ability to write on a variety of topics, including civic affairs, arts and sports; • Proficiency in photography and knowledge of multimedia reporting; • A degree or diploma in journalism or related experience; • Experience in posting content to the Internet an asset; • Ability to adapt to emerging trends in multimedia reporting, including video, blogging and social networking. • Knowledge of and experience with InDesign. Applicants must own a reliable vehicle. This position will require the applicant to work evenings and weekends. All applicants please send resume, cover letter, as well as writing and photo samples to Karen Bennett, publisher@nelsonstar.com. Only those candidates under consideration will be contacted.

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Real Estate Apt/Condos for Sale High St Place,2 bdrm + den,,1187 sq ft. fantastic view, covered parking 250-777-2778 to view by appointment $350,000

Houses For Sale 2005 SRI Double Wide MODULAR HOME 24x44 in Triangle Gardens. 45 years and up. Vaulted ceiling, open plan, bay window, 3 bdrm, 2 bath, pantry, low maintenance, gas heat, air conditioning, 5 appl’s, UGS, landscaped, covered deck & carport, other features, must see. 250-442-8676

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Terrific Location Nelson/Uphill half duplex, 4 bdrm, 2 bath. $1200/mo + util. N/S, N/P. Avail end of Apr. Phone 250-505-9759

Castlegar South, Studio Suite, F/S, Microwave $600 /mth including utilities cable, private side entrance off street parking, ABSOLUTELY NO SMOKING OR PET, Call Al at 250-304-5560

1992 Cardinal 27ft. 5th wheel w/pullout, in very good condition, inside stored, new awning, water heater and pump. $6,700/obo. 250-442-3224

LOWER ROSSLAND, Easy highway access. 2bdrm., 2bath, s/s appliances, gas fireplace, new furnace, large deck and carport. $270,000. OBO. Call 250-362-9541 MONTROSE, 5BDRM. Fully fenced & landscaped. $415,000. 250-367-2131 SUNNINGDALE 1800sq.ft 4bd, 2bath, lg rec room & dining, lg kitchen, lots of cabinets, new roof & water heater, new energy saving furnace,updated electrical, real wood floors, lg fenced lot & garden. $229,000. 250-364-2155

Lots WANETA, serviced 1/2 acre lot. $71,000. 250-358-7912

Mobile Homes & Parks Grand Forks: Affordable living, 3 bdrm in adult park, avail now. $35,500. Lots of upgrades. 250-442-9780.

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Rentals Apt/Condo for Rent Bella Vista, Shavers Bench Townhomes. N/S, N/P. 2-3 bdrms. Phone 250.364.1822 Clean, Quiet, 2 brd on lake N/S N/P suitable for single or professional couple, excel ant for person on shift work $1200/m Avail May 1st call evenings 250 352-7946 Ermalinda Apartments, Glenmerry. Adults only. N/P, N/S. 1-2 bdrms. Ph. 250.364.1922 Francesco Estates, Glenmerry. Adults only. N/P, N/S, 1-3 bdrms. Phone 250.368.6761. Glenmerry 2bdrm. apt. F/S Heat included. $750./mo. 250368-5908 Grand Forks: 2 bdrm apt., N/P, RR. 250-442-2276 / 250442-6800. Grand Forks: 3 bdrm, 2 full bath, on 19th St. N/P, RR. Comes w/covered parking. 250-442-2276 / 250-442-6800. Grand Forks: Quiet & comfortable 2 bdrm apt., lots of storage. 2 blocks from downtown, recent updates,rear facing with balcony. N/S. $625/m. 778-214-0408. Nelson Large bright 1 Bdrm suite, $850/m incl W/D, Util, Sat TV & internet N/S, N/P , looking for quiet responsible person 354-4455 TRAIL, 1BDRM, Low income. 250-368-1822 TRAIL, Rossland Ave. 1bdrm w/d f/s, n/s n/p. $550/mo. Avail. Immed. 250-368-1361

Commercial/ Industrial Creston COMMERCIAL BUILDING

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Mobile Homes & Pads ROBSON 2 Bdrm Mobile Home for rent, pay 1 month rent & deposit & get 1 month Refer check required Call 250-304-4862

Homes for Rent Anaconda: 2 bdrm house, N/P, N/S $500/mo plus util. Ref. req’d. Avail immediately. Call 250-445-2339 BC Housing Castlegar has exciting rental opportunities for families looking for affordable housing. The 3-bedroom units we offer are spacious with 1.5 bathroom, stove, fridge and washer/ dryer hook-ups. One small pet is allowed, with BC Housing approval. No smoking allowed. Tenants pay 30% of their gross monthly income for rent. For applications please call 250-365-2667 or 1-800834-7149 or go on-line to www.bchousing.org

2 bdrm mobile $600 private setting 2 bdrm suite 5 appls $650 1 bdrm apt $650 utilities inc. 2 bdrm ground level suite $725, 4 appl’s, small pet negotiable NO DOGS 3 bdrm condo 5 appl’s $800 3 bdrm 2 bath home. Large kitchen and living area. Private setting. $1100 Unique large 2 bdrm apt. $700, small pet negotiable.

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1987 Chevy 4x4, 4sp, 3/4 ton, 9ft hyd dump deck, repowered with strong 350cc carb engine. $4,000. Great bush, work truck. No rust. 250-442-4291.

1987 Dodge Dakota, reg cab, long box, auto, V6, one owner, 169,000km, very clean, canopy, 2 wheel drive, $1,800/obo. 250-442-0122 or 250-4931807. Grand Forks

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1997 Nissan Pathfinder, 4x4, 5sp, runs good. $2,200. 250442-5756.

utils inc, $575/m PRIME COMMERCIAL

& OFFICE SPACE Available in Greenwood and Grand Forks Terms negotiable

N/S, N/P, References. Ken: 250-442-2632 ken.dodds@yahoo.ca Grand Forks Realty Ltd.

Castlegar 1bdrm lower suite new and spacious, Woodland Park area, W/D, Avail May 1st $750/mth, utilities incl Call or text 250-365-9407 Castlegar 55+ Seniors wanted for 1 Bdrm suite in ground level side/side Duplex, 1601 Columbia Ave, $400/mth + utilities, includes garbage water & sewer, maintained yard, Avail April 1st 250-503-1626 Grand Forks: 2 bdrms, ground level suite. Shared fenced yard. $725/m + utils. W/D-F/S. NS. No dogs. 250584-4345

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1 bdrm cottage with loft & enclosed porch @ 7 mile North Shore $1000/m including utili N/S N/P825-4416 or 354-2854 Grand Forks area cabin, fully furnished, satelitedish, $500/m utils included. N/S, N/P, must have job and transportation. Short term rental 3-6 months max. 250-442-5515.

3 bdrm, 1-1/2 bath Upper Duplex, dogs considered, N/S & off street parking $1300/m + util, refs aval May 1st 551-2400

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Quiet scenic neighbourhood

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57 yr old visually impaired gentleman reqs affordable shared housing. Clean, quiet & responsible, looking for like minded, kind person. Will negotiate for cooked meals. Close to downtown, Nelson preferred. John 250 265-7354

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22’ TRIPLE-E “Regal” 2011 Motor Home on 2010 Ford 350 chassis. 5.4 Lt Motor only 36,000 km Exc. cond. A/C, corner bed, 7 brand new Michelin tires Asking $47,000 250-428-2739

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Outside maintenance available

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2002 24.5’ Cougar Fifth Wheel with slide. Great Shape. $9,500. OBO. 250.367.9175.

Property Management

Grand Forks: $275/m, quiet, shared kitchen & bath. 5 min to town. 250-442-5732.

Easy walking distance to shopping, health care banking & restaurants

Downtown Castlegar upstairs suite, 2 Bdrm completely renovated new bathroom, kitchen, flooring & freshly painted. Close to bus route & Kootenay Market Shopping Centre, No smoking & pet nego, References required, $700/mth + utilities 250-368-9144 Grand Forks: 3 bdrm, upper floor, $800/m. 250-442-5068.

Between Castlegar & Nelson (Thrums) 3 Bdrm House split level, 3000 sq ft, acreage, F/S, W/D, DW, $1650/mth + utilities, 604-644-1224 or 778-870-9002 Christina Lake: 1bdrm, no dogs. $400/m + utilities. 250447-9270. Grand Forks; lovely and clean 2 bdrm house on Riverside, 5 app’s, carport, $700 + utilities. Avail May 1st. or 250442-2272 or 250-444-4855. TRAIL, 1bd. furn. w/extra storage room, new appls. clean, $550. May1. 250-368-9558 WARFIELD, 3BD. $925.mo. 250-512-1814

Grand Forks: Wally’s World Bakery up for rent. Free rent, call to discuss the terms. Contact Navi at 250-442-5788 or 778-969-0090, or email to shellgrandforks@hotmail.com

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Cars - Domestic 2001 Pontiac Sunfire. Econ omical, fun to drive, well maintained. $2,000. 250-442-2703. 2001 PT Cruiser Lt. Edition, auto, AC, sunroof, 2.4L, 170K. New shocks, winter tires, water pump & timing belt. Fun to drive, easy on gas. $4,000/obo 250-445-2277. 94 Buick Century, very reliable, V6, $1450 OBO 352-3160

Cars - Sports & Imports 1963 Volkswagon “Love Bug”, w/parts car, needs TLC, $800 for both. 250-443-5049 2002 Nissans, 4cyl 2.5 & 1.8, Altima 187,000km & Sentra, auto & 5 speed, both 4dr and new snow tires. $3,100 & $4,900. 250-442-0122 or 250493-1807. Run and look excellent. Sentra one owner, non smoker, 5 speed. Grand Forks

Motorcycles 1995 Harley Davidson FLSTC, 37,000KM, $12,500. 250-442-3098.

Estate Sale: 2013 Ford 150 Super Crew LWB, 4wd xtr. 1991 5th wheel, 28ft Citation Supreme. All in good shape. 250-442-8900.

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Impala leaps impressively to the top contemporary style favoured by The 2014 Chevrolet Impala is the many competitors. Its lines actubest domestic sedan ever, really? ally lean closer towards classy, That was the question front of rather than sporty. mind when I heard such a boast Let’s open the driver’s door. As its from a General Motors execuoutward appearance suggests, tive recently. Well, he’s paid to it is roomy inside with Business say that, I thought, but then he Class legroom in the rear! And the backed up the assertion with business class theme continues something that surprised me more. After spending a with the use of quality materials throughout. The hypercritical Consumer ReControls are logically placed ports organization had just given week in an Impala, I have to admit it and easy to operate with one the full-size sedan a 95-point score: No other domestic car had softened my cynicism exception. The standard infotainment system, which features an ever topped the sedans ratings to the point of almost eight-inch touch screen, is not in 20 years of rating cars by buying the hype. nearly as intuitive as I would like. bothsegment and style. And, just I would need to spend an hour to offer a bit more perspective to Keith Morgan with the manual to get it to perthis remarkable score: the fourform for me. The reason I don’t door was just behind the expendo that ahead of time is because I want to test sive Tesla Model S ultra-luxury hatchback with these systems against my iPad/iPod. Apple is 99 points and the BMW 1 Series coupe at 97. the benchmark. Get over it, guys! Mimic Apple After spending a week in an Impala, I have rather than try to reinvent the wheel and come to admit it softened my cynicism to the point up with a pale imitation. There’s a nifty secuof almost buying the hype. Explanation of my rity feature offered though that I must praise. continued reservations to follow. The screen emerges from the dash, revealing It wouldn’t take much imagination for designers a small storage bin that can be secured with a to turn out a more handsome Impala than its four-digit code. predecessor. But this long-looking car manages Let’s roll. The tester was equipped with a to look sharp and streamlined but not so overly 3.6-litre V6 DI with FlexFuel capability, including aggressive in stance, which is more often the

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Ojai, CA. - Four-time World Rally Champion (WRC), Tommi Mäkinen, is behind the wheel of the 2015 Subaru WRX STI at Buttonwillow Raceway Park in the middle of nowhere, California. I’m riding shotgun along with two others in the back. The ease and effortlessness in which he wrangles the 305 turbocharged horses of the Subaru via the 6-speed manual gearbox is really no surprise. After all, he’s not a champion because he looks good doing it. So, if the pro can make it look and feel as perfect as a summer’s day, I should be able to as well, right? I slip into the captain’s chair of the STI – without Tommi in the car, thank goodness – and take to the 3.1-mile track. Prior to the hot laps, I had driven the outgoing 2014 Subaru STI on the same course. I’d be back-to-back testing these all-wheel drive machines to see how the engineering prowess has, yet again,

continued to make a vehicle with a cult-like following even better. Rewind a few hours to the start-of-the-day’s press conference. Masuo Takatsu, WRX STI Project General Manager, mentioned the modus operandi of the fourth generation STI was to create a vehicle that behaves as the drivers expects it to. Mission accomplished.

Tommi Makinen with Alexandra Straub

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Hot laps with a world champ at the wheel continued from page 2

Though I didn’t even come close to Tommi’s performance, that wasn’t my goal. The goal was to experience first-hand how docile yet potent Subaru’s famed sedan took to the high speeds and corners of the club track. The ease and I had no desire to hand the keys effortlessness in over to my colleagues as they eawhich he wrangles gerly anticipated their time in the the 305 turbocharged Rally Blue beauty. horses of the Subaru It would be sacrilege if I didn’t via the 6-speed insert some technical jargon into the reasoning why the STI scored manual gearbox is big points on the road test. Withreally no surprise. out getting too deep into Alexandra Straub the engineering, here are the top three take-home points of this incredible vehicle. One: the increased use of high-strength steel makes for a stiffer and stronger body, and decreases its tendency to twist and bend in corners. The result? A more predictable handling sedan that isn’t easily irked and stays firmly planted to the ground. Furthermore, the 2015 STI achieves 16 percent less body roll than before. Two: You have the practicality of added dimensions. There is 25mm added to wheelbase, there is 900mm more legroom in back and you get 20L more cargo space (from 320L to 340L.) Three: The Base WRX and STI don’t have a rear spoiler. The Sport and Sport-tech WRX has a trunk lip spoiler

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and the corresponding STI trims have the “table for six” or very large spoiler! Perhaps it’s also sacrilege to not put the emphasis of this review on the design and engineering of this new generation of STI. After all, it has been reimagined on both the inside and out. But anyone who knows the vehicle is aware that it is in a class of its own, with few competitors that can come close to the emotional appeal that this sedan brings to the market. And anyone not familiar with it should be aware that, despite its 2.5L turbocharged engine, which produces the aforementioned 305 horsepower and 290 lb-ft of torque, it is as gracious and powerful as a samurai soldier and his sword. Now, for those who are looking for similar excitement but not as many ponies, fear not, Subaru has their WRX to captivate you. Also completely redesigned on the inside and out, you have the magic of the Japanese brand’s 2.0L, turbocharged engine that produces 268 horsepower and 258 lb-ft of torque and also the choice of a manual or a Sport Lineartronic transmission (a

CVT with 8 virtual gears; similar to that found on the new Forester but tailored specifically to the WRX.) It too has the dynamism and pedigree to impress on the road and track. Performance, good times, outstanding engineering and hot colours equate to the new 2015 Subaru WRX and WRX STI. WRC driver not included. The 2015 WRX has a starting MSRP of $29,995 whereas the WRX STI has a starting MSRP of $37,995. www.subaru.ca  Alexandra.straub@drivewaybc.ca

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Handsome, technically sophisticated and economical to boot By Bob McHugh

Nissan substantially revamped the Altima, its popular family sedan, for the 2010 model year. In addition to external front and rear styling changes, its roomy interior got a onceover in a refurbish that also included two important new standard active safety fea-

tures, electronic stability and traction control systems. The base engine in a 2010 Altima sedan or coupe is a robust 2.5-litre four cylinder and a 3.5-litre V6 was an option. A sixspeed manual transmission was available with the four-cylinder and the continuously variable transmission option was standard

with the V6 engine. The fuel-frugal 2.5 litre four-cylinder (175 horsepower) can get 8.9 L/100km in the city and 6.1 L/100km on the highway and runs on regular gasoline. The 3.5 litre V6 can produce a whopping 270 horsepower, yet it still provides decent city/highway fuel consumption (rated at 10.6/7.7 L/100km). It

does, however, have a craving for premium quality fuel. A continuously variable transmission (CVT) is more efficient than a conventional automatic and is designed to always provide best fuel economy, however, some drivers dislike the way it holds engine speed at an optimal level. On the plus, it has a solid reputation for reliability and a nice feature of this CVT is a sequential manual mode that provides six speed settings.

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The Nissan Altima can be a reliable, hard to beat used car purchase in the family sedan class. Bob McHugh

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Pick of the Week: Kia plans to get ahead of the

Kia will unveil an all-new midsize multi-purpose vehicle at the 2014 New York International Auto Show next week. Kia believes its new offering will pose a big challenge to its competitors in the segment. It will be big enough to transport as many as eight passengers and their belongings. The Driveway team will be at the show to report on the latest launches. keith.morgan@drivewaybc.ca

meet your match Black, brown or beige leather seats. Practical luxury!

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17” Alloy Wheels. Sporty muscularity in a true lightweight.

It’s easy to gush about Kia Rio’s balanced ride, quick-ratio power steering and spirited engine. But what really stands out is that the new Rio sedan offers amenities not often associated with the fuel-sipping subcompact cars – leather seats, a six-speed automatic and power-folding mirrors. Did luxury and prestige find a new form, and does one need to spend a lot to get a lot? We think we’ve made the perfect match.

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The 2014 Chevrolet Impala is the best domestic digit code! sedan ever, really? Let’s roll. The tester was eq The all-new 2015 Ford That was the question front of mind when I heard F150 turned some heads at the Vancouver Internasuch a boast from a General Motors executive re- tional Auto show including mine. cently. Well, he’s paid to say that I thought but then Here’s close look at what’s new and different. I he backed up the assertion with something that sur- think the first thing that impresses is the new stylprised me more. ing. The LED back lit headlights are a real stand out The hypercritical Consumer Reports organization and the grille is a three-bar traveling all the way had just given the full-size sedan a 95-point score: down to the bumper, very nice. No other domestic car had ever topped the sedans Next noteworthy change is the super lightweight ratings in 20 years of rating cars by segment and military grade aluminum alloy body, weighing alstyle. And, just to offer a bit more perspective to this most 318 kgs less than the previous model. We saw remarkable score: the four-door was just behind the glimpses of this with Ford’s concept truck, the Atlas, expensive Tesla Model S ultra-luxury hatchback with but did not expect it to become reality so soon. No waste of materials building this new truck. Any un99 points and the BMW 1 Series coupe at 97. After spending a week in an Impala, I have to used aluminum during manufacture is reclaimed. admit it softened my cynicism to the point When it goes on sale late this year, of almost buying the hype. Explanation of there will be five trims available: XL, my continued reservations to follow. XLT, Lariat, Platinum and King Ranch. It wouldn’t take much imagination Chrome appearance packages are for designers to turn out a more handavailable with them all. Monochrosome Impala than its predecessor. But matic sport appearance packages this long-looking car manages to look are available with all but the King. sharp and streamlined but not so overly Optional power running boards drop We saw glimpses down into position only when the aggressive in stance, which is more often the contemporary style favoured by many of this with Ford’s doors are opened and remain tight competitors. Its lines actually lean closer concept truck but against the body. towards classy rather than sporty. Some of the safety concerns exdid not expect it to Let’s open the driver’s door. As its out- become reality so pressed around driving a pickup are ward appearance suggests, it is roomy addressed with the use of sensors in soon. inside with Business Class legroom in the the advanced personal safety system rear! And the business class theme con- Ian Harwood that control deployment of the dual tinues with the use of quality materials stage front airbags, front seat side throughout. airbags, and side canopy air bags. Advance-Trac and Controls are logically placed and easy to operate roll stability control comes standard. MyKey techwith one exception. The standard infotainment sys- nology allows you to program the ignition keys with tem, which features an eight-inch touch screen, is reminders to drive at appropriate speeds, limit the not nearly as intuitive as I would like. I would need volume on audio system, limiting the vehicles top to spend an hour with the manual to get it to per- speed, muting the audio system until the front seatform for me. The reason I don’t do that ahead of belts are fastened. time is because I want to test these systems against There are second-row inflatable safety belts, my iPad/iPod. Apple is the benchmark. Get over it, which work like a traditional belt but include a tuguys, mimic Apple rather than try to reinvent the bular airbag that inflates in the event of a crash and wheel and come up with a pale imitation. There’s distributes the force of the impact across a wider a nifty security feature offered though that I must area of the passenger’s chest praise. The screen emerges from the dash revealing a small storage bin that can be secured with a fourcontinued on page 14

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A feature called Curve control, automatically provides more aggressive four-wheel braking when the truck is going into a corner too fast. There are host of safety systems. Adaptive cruise control, allows drivers to set a cruising speed and use radar technology to monitor traffic ahead and maintain a safe distance between vehicles. The lane keeping system is designed to help avert unintentional drifting of the vehicle outside the intended driving lane. It automatically detects the left or righthand road lane markings using a camera mounted between the windshield and interior rear-view mirror. The Blind Spot Information System with cross-traffic alert uses radar hidden in the taillights to detect a vehicle entering a driver’s blind spot while driving or backing up. Can’t believe I’ve got this far talking about a truck without mentioning power! - One of the engine choices is a new 2.7L EcoBoost engine that has undergone more than 16 million kilometres of testing. The other motors are the new 3.5L V6 EcoBoost that combines the efficiency of twin independent variable camshaft timing, and flex fuel capabilities, a 3.5L EcoBoost engine, which we are familiar with and a 5.0L V8. The trucks equipped with EcoBoost engines will benefit from standard Active Grille Shutters. Active Grille Shutters stay open when extra engine cooling is needed, such as during low-speed stop-and-go driving or while working in hot weather. They automatically close to reduce aerodynamic drag at cruising speed. Fuel economy numbers and prices should be released soon. ian.harwood@drivewaybc.ca uipped with a 3.6-litre V6 DI with FlexFuel capability, including variable valve timing, mated to a six-speed automatic transmission. The two base engines available are a solid 2.4-litre four-cylinder and a 2.5 version,

both of which are likely adequate for commuter use. I headed straight for Highway One and it positively purred along the long, clear stretches open to the daytime driver. Great acceleration in take-off and passing with limited lean and sway when cornering at speed. Back in urban madness, it offered a good view of fast encroaching vehicles from side streets and the rear. I mention this because I expected the sleek window profiles might hinder views, especially to the rear. Hence, it was also not as much of a beast to park at the supermarket as I had feared. Light steering also assisted in that manouevre. On the urban performance front, the transmission took the annoyance out of stop-go traffic. Have to think it was gulping gas though in smoothing out the urban trek. The Impala with the V6 starts at $32,945 (around $3,000 more than the 4-cylinder-equipped versions) but the test car options, which included rear park assist, rear vision camera, collision and lane departure alerts, premium audio, sunroof, added another $7,000. It will compete with the Dodge Charger and Ford Taurus domestically and a host of imports. Now to my reservations: the fuel economy for the V6 is 11.1/6.9L 100km (city/highway) and while that is not bad for a large car, it’s not the best in its segment. The four-cylinder eco version is impressive at 8.7/5.8L 100km (city/highway). That said I don’t think fuel economy will be a deal breaker for most people. My continued reservations really boil down to reliability. It’s a brand new car and we should wait a couple or three years before anointing this car as the best domestic sedan ever. That caution should not stop you from taking one for a spin. keith.morgan@drivewaybc.ca

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Reader Yvonne Logan thinks there should be a universal hand signal that would alert a following car’s driver that they have left on their high beams. “I’ve tried sticking my hand out the window and waving and even hitting my brake lights three times as some sort of signal,” Logan writes. “Never any luck with that, so I end up just praying that an oncoming car will flash their lights.It’s blinding and obviously dangerous . . . I feel like I’m being chased by a jet!” What drives-u-crazy? keith.morgan@drivewaybc.ca

ICBC Safety Tip Distracted driving is the top factor in youth crashes in B.C. It’s one of the top factors for experienced drivers, too. If you’re an experienced road user, be a role model for the next generation of drivers by limiting your use of all electronic devices behind the wheel.

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